“How will I recognize you?” Craig texted.
“I’m sitting at a table in the corner at the far end of the restaurant,” Deana responded.￼
“It will take me about half an hour to get there,” Craig texted.
“No worries,” Deana responded. “I brought a book to keep me occupied. I know this place ￼is a little out of the way, but I wanted to make sure that there was no chance of our respective spouses catching us together.”
“Okay, then,” Craig tested. “I’ll see you in about thirty, then.”
“Great,” Deana texted back. I’ll be sitting at a table in the corner wearing a big smile on my face.”
Written for Linda G. Hill’s Stream of Consciousness Saturday prompt, where we are given the phrase, “in the corner.” Photo credit: Parker Miles Blohm/KNKX.